Yesterday I posted pictures of the kitty outhouse build so naturally today is all about cats:
From Andrew’s dictionary, Cat, noun: A small furry mammal that is always on the wrong side of a door.
I knew a cat that loved bowling, they called it an alley cat.
My cats are afraid of trees. I think it’s because of the bark.
Maybe my imagination, but I’m sure I heard my cats singing, “Three Blind Mice.”
My neighbor’s cat was in an accident and lost its tail, but they got him a new one at a retail store.
Do you know what’s worse than raining cats and dogs? Hailing taxis.
My cats wants a car to drive – anyone know where I can get a furrari?
Your grammar lesson for today: The difference between a cat and a comma is that one has the paws before the claws, and the other has the clause before the pause.
I do a lion impression at parties. It’s always a roaring success.
My kitten told me that it wants to join the police force. Nothing wrong with a career in claw enforcement.
I went the library and asked if they had a book on Pavlov’s dogs and Schrodinger’s cat. The librarian said, “That rings a bell, but I don’t know if it’s here or not.”